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Program: Child and Youth Care (Formerly: Child and Youth Worker)

Location University/College Degrees Available
Toronto
Ryerson University Bachelor of Arts, Child and Youth Care – Direct Entry
Bachelor of Arts, Disability Studies
Seneca Honours Bachelor of Community Mental Health
Tyndale University College Bachelor of Arts (Health & Human Services with a minor in Psychology, Human Services – Early Childhood Education, Human Services – Social Service Worker) or Bachelor of Religious Education, Bachelor of Religious Education (Degree Completion, Modular)
York University Bachelor of Arts (Keele and Glendon Campuses)
Ontario
Algoma University Bachelor of Social Work, Psychology and Sociology
Bachelor of Arts in a related field
Carleton University Any relevant major
University of Guelph-Humber Honours Bachelor of Applied Science in Family & Community Social Services + Social Service Worker Diploma
King's University College at Western University Bachelor of Art, Arts or Social Science
Lakehead University Honours Bachelor of Social Work
Laurentian University Bachelor of Arts (General) in Psychology
Nipissing University Bachelor of Social Work
University of Ontario Institute of Technology Bachelor of Arts (BA) (Honours) in Criminology and Justice – Advanced Entry
Bachelor of Arts (BA) (Honours) in Forensic Psychology – Advanced Entry
Bachelor of Arts (BA) (Honours) in Political Science – Advanced Entry
University of Windsor General Liberal Arts and Professional Studies for Career Professionals (2-year diploma) & Honours Liberal Arts and Professional Studies for Career Professionals (3-year diploma)
BA Honours in Disability Studies, Psychology, Social Work
BA or BSW in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Canada
MacEwan University Bachelor of Child and Youth Care
University of Victoria Bachelor in Child and Youth Care (BCYC)
International
Griffith University Bachelor of Human Services
Bachelor of Social Work (under review, applicants will be advised at time of application of credit entitlement)
Bachelor of Child and Family Studies